Is something wrong with statistical interpretation of QM?

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Nicely put. So if there are no classical hidden variables might there still there be quantum hidden variables?
Of course. Feynmans path integral approach is actually a hidden variable theory but of a very non trivial type that has no issues with Bell.

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Of course. Feynmans path integral approach is actually a hidden variable theory but of a very non trivial type that has no issues with Bell.
Feynman's path integral has no issues with Bell, in the sense that it isn't a local realistic theory?
 
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we are just debating our views.
Before one can debate quantum mechanics, one needs to learn quantum mechanics.

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